Last Call for Spring Trees! April 30 in the Bronx!

Come adopt an apple tree for your school, community garden, house of worship, civic group, hospital, or other public space on Saturday, April 30!

This event, hosted by the Waterbury LaSalle Community Association, is part of the MillionTreesNYC program. We’ll offer 30 apple trees (Newtown Pippins and choice varieties to serve as pollinators and great eating in their own right) for adoption, thanks to a sponsorship from New York Restoration Project.

Transportation of the trees to the site courtesy of Zipcar, Green Apple Cleaners, and Flux Factory.

Saturday April 30, 2011 (Rain or Shine)
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
First Lutheran Church of Throgs Neck
Bailsley Ave and Hollywood Ave
Bronx, NY

For more information, CLICK HERE.

Some trees will also go in backyards as a family legacy for years to come. Because backyard trees are mostly going to be alone, please plan to eventually bud graft your tree for pollination, or you won’t get fruit.

For tree planting and early care instructions from Cummins Nursery, our supplier who provides a generous discount, CLICK HERE.

For bud grafting instructions from the University of Minnesota Extension program, CLICK HERE.

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